Check this stroke out from APNU-AFC....President intends to make formal invitation for PPP to join the Coalition

Originally Posted by TK:
 

Well...I hope the new government will finally release the 2012 census so we don't need to speculate.

Unless they also release ethnic composition by age bands you will still have to speculate.  They didn't in 2002.

Originally Posted by caribny:
Originally Posted by TK:
 

Well...I hope the new government will finally release the 2012 census so we don't need to speculate.

Unless they also release ethnic composition by age bands you will still have to speculate.  They didn't in 2002.

Well...I'm hoping the new govt will not be bashful when it comes to statistics. That's part of change, too.

Originally Posted by baseman:
Originally .

Well, well, is it substantial or is it 22%.  You cannot be all things to all people.  Guyana changing for the better, but you staying 3,000 miles away, wealth preservation you called it while Indian property burns in GT.  Well, I guess the human is a complex animal.

Because Guyana is so divided he sees 22% as substantial, which is why I brought his attention to the fact that the PPP does worse among mixed voters than  GOP does among Hispanics.  They also do worse among blacks in Guyana than the GOP did among blacks in the USA in 2008 and 2012 when Obama was running.

Originally Posted by BGMAN:

Guyana needs a strong opposition . An opposition that can both be critical and constructive. We need to give the new government time to implement their plan and judge them in 2020. This is how a true democracy functions.

True! True!  But them anti-man in the PPP only flouncing about and not sitting down and making a plan to be a strong opposition.

Originally Posted by BGMAN:

Guyana needs a strong opposition . An opposition that can both be critical and constructive. We need to give the new government time to implement their plan and judge them in 2020. This is how a true democracy functions.

But yet the PPP hides from the National Assembly.

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